Bradders helps Meole Brace community day
Shrewsbury Town's in-form striker Tom Bradshaw proved a big hit when he was a special guest at the Meole Brace Community Day and Digi-Fest organised by Severnside Housing.
The play bus and youth bus entertained youngsters who also had the chance to take part in children's arts and crafts.
John Tandy, the mayor of Shrewsbury, opened the event and town crier Martin Wood was also among the guests.
Shrewsbury Town's Community Trust were pleased to lend their support as the club's cheerleaders performed while a signed ball and shirt were donated as raffle prizes.
Locals also received advice on affordable loans, cut price electrical goods and what welfare reforms mean for them.
"Tom Bradshaw was a brilliant ambassador for the club," said Martin James, Shrewsbury Town's head of community development. "He drew the raffle and presented certificates as well as having lots of photos taken."
PICTURED: Tom Bradshaw meets town crier Martin Wood and a number of local youngsters at Meole Brace.